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 Heaven
In much of Christianity, heaven is a return to the pre-fallen state of humanity, a second and new Garden of Eden, in which humanity is reunited with God in a perfect and natural state of eternal existence.
Heaven after Purgatory, straight to Heaven, or Hell.) This is different from "the general judgement" also known as "the Last judgement" which will occur when Christ returns to judge all the living and the dead.
The ruler of heaven, where one enjoys the fruits of ones good deeds, is known as Indra and life in that realm is said to include interaction with many celestial beings (gandharvas).
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/h/he/heaven.html   (3623 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Heaven
Furthermore heaven is spoken of as the dwelling of God; for, although God is omnipresent, He manifests Himself in a special manner in the light and grandeur of the firmament.
Heaven also is the abode of the angels; for they are constantly with God and see His face.
The existence of heaven is, of course, denied by atheists, materialists, and pantheists of all centuries as well as by those rationalists who teach that the soul perishes with the body -- in short, by all who deny the existence of God or the immortality of the soul.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/07170a.htm   (5620 words)

  
 football-books.com - Sky Blue Heaven: An Encyclopedia of Coventry City Football Club, by Graham Smith and Neville ...
football-books.com - Sky Blue Heaven: An Encyclopedia of Coventry City Football Club, by Graham Smith and Neville Hadsley
Sky Blue Heaven: An Encyclopedia of Coventry City Football Club, by Graham Smith and Neville Hadsley (2001)
THIS is a reference book with a twist - looking at the Sky Blues through 156 A-to-Z entries.
www.football-books.com /skyblueheaven.html   (73 words)

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